SCS Student Awards
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Google Ph.D. Fellowship
– The Google Ph.D. Fellowships are presented to exemplary PhD students in computer science or related research areas, to acknowledge their contributions to their areas of specialty while providing funding for their education and research. Each Fellow receives a cash award to cover tuition, research, conference attendance and a personal computer, an Android phone and service, a Google mentor, an invitation to attend the Google Fellowship Forum, and the opportunity to apply for a paid summer internship. Fellowships aremare awarded in unique specialty areas, including: statistics, cloud computing, computer networking, machine learning, image interpretation, human-computer interaction, fault tolerant computing, distributed systems, social computing, natural language processing, object recognition, market algorithms, and compiler technology.

Award Recipients

  • Waleed Ammar, Ph.D., Language Technologies Institute, 2015
    Google U.S./Canada Fellowship
    Area: Natural Language Processing
    SCS Release
  • Carl Doersch, Ph.D., Machine Learning Department, 2014
    Area: Computer Vision
  • Bhavana Dalvi, Ph.D., Language Technologies Institute, 2013
    Area: Information Extraction
  • Moira Burke, Ph.D., Human-Computer Interaction Institute, 2010
    Area: Statistics
  • Han Liu, Ph.D., Machine Learning Department, 2009
    Area: Statistics
    SCS Release

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